1. The only thing I would say is are there enough drilling results to classify anything in the deep chester as reserves. It sounds like Sunshine thought they would find something but ran out of money in 2000. This might be the same for Sterling in 2006-2007. I'm sure you know how much more difficult it is for underground mines to satisfy sufficient drilling to classify material as reserves. <br /> <br /> <br /> 2. We know in the past material was mined from property subject to chester nsr in the 1960's. You can find lots of old newspaper articles about the chester areas going back to the 1930's! In some cases I thought they have been mining from the east using the consolidated silver shaft. Even though Sunshine thought there was some more silver there, Hecla was willing to sell in 1995 for some mexican properties in exchange. <br /> <br /> 3. my computer at home may have an allergy to I-hub. I may post a test post on the yahoo chmn site. Thanks for the 6 week discussion and I will check back on a different computer once a week.